Friday, May 25, 2012

We have launched our new single ingredient store at ! You can choose from 30 different organic ingredients.

All single ingredients are currently on sale. You can save 10% if you order now: 

Happy Friday to everyone! And have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend! :)

Your Manna Organics Team

Friday, May 18, 2012

Himalayan Pink Salt – Health Benefits

Himalayan pink salt is also known as ‘white gold’ in the Himalayas. It is very precious since it contains the same 84 natural minerals and elements, which we have in our human bodies.
Himalayan pink salt is very pure and free of toxins, pollutants and chemicals, as it has been untouched – formed over 250 million years within the earth.
Some of its abundant health benefits are:
·         promotes a stable pH balance in the cells, especially in the brain
·         its Calcium content strengthens bones, and  reduces the risk rheumatism and arthritis
·         helps in balancing blood sugar
·         supports the respiratory system
·         increases nutrient absorption within intestinal tract
·         lessens muscle cramps
We are now selling Himalayan pink salt in our single ingredient store at – for 20% off!
We also use Himalayan pink salt for our newly launched Gluten Free breads.
To read more about the health benefits of Himalayan pink salt:

Friday, May 11, 2012


The Fauquier Hospital in Warrenton, Virginia, has a cafeteria called “Bistro on the Hill”, which attracts not only patients, but also lots of healthy seniors from the area, who come to dine there twice a week and enjoy the wonderful view & music along with the great food.
Fauquier Hospital is one of a dozen hospitals in the U.S. that applies ‘patient-centered care’ and pays great emphasis on the quality of food. These hospitals follow a new approach with strict standards, besides the medical needs of patients. I.e. they believe that food is nurturing and healing, too.
The hospital has a ‘culinary healing garden’ outside - with a view on Virginia’s beautiful countryside - where they grow greens, lettuce, herbs, tomatoes and strawberries – all organic and untreated. Produce, which they cannot grow in the garden, they aim at buying locally.
The chefs’ goal is to make wholesome food, which doesn’t cause any harm to the body. They don’t use any food additives or preservatives; all meals are cooked to order by patient; the bistro staff goes and takes orders from each patient in person. This helps in finding out daily what specific needs a patient has, and also supports patients psychologically.
Besides patients, a lot of seniors from the area come to dine frequently and enjoy the bistro’s ‘senior nights’. So it’s a win-win for many parties.

To read more see the following article: